A brighter future is coming to the Baltimore Orioles, who went through a long dark period, but achieved more than expected last season.
‘MLB.com’ recently selected a new prospect ranking for 2023. Baltimore produced #1 prospect Gunnar Henderson, #7 Grace Rodriguez, #12 Jackson Holiday, #40 Colton Cowser, #74 Jordan Westberg, #80 Heston Kerstad, #97 DL Hall and #99 Joey Ortis. We have 8 people in the top 100.
Baltimore surpassed the Cleveland Guardians and the Los Angeles Dodgers, which produced seven players, to rank first in the major leagues.카지노사이트
‘MLB.com’ said, “Baltimore has recently built the best farm system, but it has never been stronger than this season. Following the establishment of top catcher prospect Adley Lutchman last year, we will produce Henderson and Rodriguez this season.”
Henderson already made his debut in the major leagues last year and recorded a batting average of 0.259, 4 homers, 18 RBIs, and an OPS of 0.788. He is also considered as a potential Rookie of the Year candidate for this season as he has yet to fill the required at-bat.
Baltimore, with its best farm, is stepping up for the postseason. Last year, he recorded 83 wins and 79 losses, exceeding the 50% win rate for the first time since 2016. He even made it to the postseason, but unfortunately failed to advance to the wild card due to the Tampa Bay race by 3 games.
‘MLB.com’ said, “Tampa Bay (2021), San Diego Padres (2020), and Atlanta Braves (2018, 2019, 2020), which are teams with eight or more prospects in the top 100 prospects in the last five years, are all in 2022. named in the postseason. Now it’s Baltimore’s turn.”
Baltimore hit the win-now button and succeeded in signing many players this offseason. In the free agency market, he embraced Kyle Gibson, Adam Frazier, and Michael Gibbons. In addition, through the trade, catcher James McCann was embraced, and on this day, Cole Irvin was also successful.